Rock extravaganza at Moose event

PUBLISHED: 14:26 29 June 2012

Kyotie after their Party in the Park appearance earlier this year.

Kyotie after their Party in the Park appearance earlier this year.

Mike Lang

A ROCK extravaganza will be held at the Burnham Moose International lodge 123 for a night of great food and entertainment.

The lodge’s Rock and Chips event will be held at the Princess Theatre and Arts Centre, in Princess Street, Burnham and will include music from the popular band Kyotie.

Organiser Terry Cornelius said: “You’ve heard them at Party in the Park, and the Victoria Hotel street party. Now don’t miss the opportunity to hear their talented diverse musical styles in the excellent acoustics of the Princess Theatre and Arts Centre.”

The evening will also include table served fish and chips supplied by The Battered Fryer in Oxford Street, plus refreshments from a fully-licensed bar.

The event will be held on July 7 and doors will open at 7pm. Tickets, priced £10.50, are available from the box office on 01278 784464.

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